Beth Moore is Concerned About John MacArthur’s ‘Spiritual Condition’

Beth Moore has left the hallowed halls of her new church, where she is free to preach as much as she wants, to offer up a public lament for the state of the soul of Pastor John MacArthur, publically pondering how the Holy Spirit could have failed to convict him of sin and offer her an apology after he so rudely, unlovingly, and infamously told her to “go home” back in 2019.

Moore notoriously led the charge into full-blown liberalism by the SBC for over 10 years, becoming more and more egalitarian, ecumenical, and brash in her disregard for scripture. Her theological ineptitude and outright horribleness is the stuff of legends, as she has routinely claimed direct revelation from God (like her famous tale of God telling her to brush a guy’s hair instead of witnessing to him), affirming so-called woman pastors and those who affirm LGBTQ+labeling her entire denomination racist, and claiming white supremacy is “running rampant” in the church. She has liked tweets dissuading believers from sharing the Gospel at BLM protests, resulting in her recent event in Montana to be protested by Protestia supporters and it was recently revealed her ministry was hemorrhaging money.

She’s also recently scolded 6 SBC seminary presidents for signing an anti-CRT statement, and bemoaned the fact that complementarianism “wipes out half the gospel force.”

Now, she’s upset that MacArthur never called her up to make amends, despite her having planned out the perfect speech she intended to give him, in order to grant him absolution. She explains:



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12 thoughts on “Beth Moore is Concerned About John MacArthur’s ‘Spiritual Condition’

  1. I get the impression that this is a, “Hey!! Look at me, look at me….I’m still relevant!!” play.
    Why else bring up a dead issue from three years ago afresh?
    We see this a lot when a small fry “reacts” to a major player on Youtube, or challenge them to a debate etc…to leapfrog the hard work required to build (or in Beth Moore’s case rebuild) their platform.

    1. Yep, it sure smacks of the washed-up celebrity who’s been out of the limelight suddenly taking to Twitter to rail against (insert notable conservative here) in order to get back into public eye. I think you hit the nail on the head.
      Many in the faith have had their eyes opened by this site and others to Moore’s whacky narcegisis, and I think she’s feeling marginalized.

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  3. It seems Dr. MacArthur caused a “narcissistic injury”. Beth Moore needs guys like Dr. MacArthur to affirm her in order for her to stay relevant within the church. He rightfully dismissed her and her “ministry”, effectively forcing her to lose relevance with those she needed to deceive the most — discerning Christians. So she hitched her wagon to leftists, CRT and LGBTQ advocates and egalitarianism. In other words, Dr. MacArthur forced her out of the closet.

  4. Poor baby wasnt getting enough attention lately! She just injected herself back into the limelight. I do hope John MacArthur or Justin Peters makes it crystal clear to her that she is NOT a sister in Christ! She is a blaspheming heretic headed for hell if she does not repent .

  5. Will someone who is on twitter please reply to that and ask when she is going to apologize to Nick Sandman for calling his face the face of evil when he had to face the native American drum banger? She also spread disinformation and slander.

  6. It’s worth repeating – Beth Moore, go home!

    Some people are just full of words. Useless words. But that doesn’t mean they have to be heard. Beth Moore simply tickles itching ears of those who choose to listen to her enormous mountain of words.

    Some people talk more than others can listen.

    Go home, go home, go home!

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